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Episode "What you need" of the "Live" 50's TV series 'Tales of Tomorrow'. This episode originally aired 8 February 1952 (Season 1, Episode 19).
Cast: Billy Redfield, Edgar Stehli
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
A 1959 'Twilight Zone' episode was also based on this short story by Lewis Padgett.
Complete with original commercials.
This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Classic TV; 1950's; Fifties; 1952; ABC; Live TV; Kinescope; Tales Of Tomorrow
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I_loved_this movie! -
It seems if you click to a later point in the video, then replay the video, it usually gets back in synch.
Subject: What You Need (Tales of Tomorrow).
Season 1, episode 19.
Original air date: 8 February 1952.
An unscrupulous free-lance writer extorts the elderly owner of a seedy second-hand shop who is prescient about the future.
Cast: William Redfield (Tom Carmichael) and Edgar Stehli (Peter Talley).
Good idea and good interpretation. Big problems with the syncronisation of audio and video of this copy.
Subject: A catalog site for Classic TV shows
If you like Classic TV from of the 50's, I found a catalog site that makes it easy to find and watch episodes streaming from Archive.org at:
The Classic TV Channel
There are currently over 400 individual episodes of about 30 different programs, and the site is growing day by day. Check it out!
Subject: Tales of the Past
Interesting story, especially if you're familiar with the Twilight Zone version. Surprised to see familiar faces and the acting was well done. Thanks for the upload.
I meant Bob, not Roger... I had the name in my head, but at my age I can get things twisted around. Pardon me.
Thank you for reprimand.
Greg K -
Subject: Composer correction
Robert (Bob) COBERT did the music for Dark Shadows....NOT Roger Corman, who is a director and producer.
Great that this has the original commercials and such!
Subject: Tale roll on.
I LOVE THIS SHOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!